Shelter and food…. we all need it. We all deserve a warm meal, and a warm, dry place to live, protected from of the elements.
Daytonians who are the most at risk, lack these very basics needs of life. It is easy to take such things for granted as we go about our business during everyday life. But this weekend, local volunteers are putting the poor as first priority. The Annual “A Day of Caring” event is being held at various Miami Valley religious centers and event spaces. It will benefit hungry and homeless from local neighborhoods. Join The Food Adventures Crew Sunday, and support this cause any way you can.
HERE’S THE SKINNY:
— WHEN: Sunday, February 28th, most breakfast events are starting between 8am-10am, but check the list below
— WHAT: “A Day of Caring,” where over one thousand volunteers from various churches and charities are hosting dozens of Pancake Breakfasts. One hundred percent of ticket sales go right back to local organizations like Dayton area food banks and Montgomery County housing charities.
— WHERE: CLICK HERE for a list of over 30 sites serving the pancake breakfasts for charity
Since 1991 the “Day of Caring” events have raised over $500,000 for local charities. This year seeks to add another $45,000 to the total.
Chef House, Hungry Jax, and the Big Ragu, challenge our fellow Daytonians to get involved with a “Day of Caring” this Sunday, by attending a breakfast, volunteering your time or making a donation directly at this link HERE.
The effect of donations to these local food pantries and housing areas on the community is tremendous. Help a hungry and homeless neighbor. Visit one of the participating locations for the “Day of Caring.”
Want to volunteer? For more information on how you can get involved, go to the Day of Caring Website at http://dayofcaring.us/
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